Let’s face it. Plants and gardening can be addictive. You start out with a few small plants to get a feel for it then, all of a sudden, you’re looking for the next plant to add to your collection and planning out where you can make space to give your new plant a home. If you’re finding that you’re running out of room in your space or having trouble figuring out how to consolidate your many succulents into an easily-digestible arrangement, we’re here for you. Check out these plant display and DIY projects to help you optimize your space, show off your plants, and maybe make room for a few new additions to your plant collection.
Macrame is in and perfect for a stylish way to hang some plants. Instead of going out and buying a macrame hanger, try making one yourself! All you need is some rope, cord, and a brass ring used to hang up the finished product. Follow this step-by-step tutorial to make one yourself and add your own personalized flair, like dip-dying the rope or adding some embroidery.
The beauty of succulent arrangements is the ability to make them what you want them to be. From rectangular wood planter to round ceramic planters, you can choose the shape and style of the base and then add your succulents in an arrangement that you like. Be sure to do your research on proper drainage and potting type for the plants you choose to arrange.
Flowers and succulents are a great way to add ambience to any indoor space, but why not make your next plant endeavor visually stunning and useful. Using something as simple as Ikea organizing tools or mason jars, you can set up your own herb garden in your home. Some great herb options are thyme, basil, mint, and parsley. Check out a tutorial here for more inspiration.
These planters are perfect for summer and only take a few minutes to make. All you need are some sample Moroccan style tiles, super glue, and a used soda bottle. Just add a flower or succulent of your choice and voila! Follow this tutorial for the details.
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